Boilers - I want to change my direct debit payments

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Based on our experience to date, direct debit is often the cheapest way of paying for a service, but it does not suit everyone. If you want to change your direct debit payments, you simply need to contact the billing or payment department of your supplier, and tell them how you wish to pay. Options include monthly direct debit, quarterly fixed direct debit, variable direct debit and of course you can still pay by cheque, cash, debit/credit card or standing order. In the event that you have a debt, which you are making payments for, you will have a number of options. Some suppliers like to have payment plans that pay off debts within a certain period of time, such as six months. You do not have to agree to a payment plan like this if you cannot afford it.

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